Some of the most popular and versatile horses don’t have purebred pedigrees. Horses with unknown parentage or a significant amount of mixed breeding are called Grade Horses.
Anglo-Arabs are athletic horses bred for equestrian competition. With the speed of a Thoroughbred and the stamina of an Arabian, these horse excel at events like show jumping and eventing.
Arabian x Thoroughbred
An Appendix Horse is a first-generation cross between a registered Quarter Horse and a registered Thoroughbred.
Thoroughbred x Quarter Horse
Both the Arabian and the Appaloosa excel in endurance events, and the ArAppaloosa gets the best of both worlds from its parents.
Arabian x Appaloosa
The athletic Desert Norman Horse represents an early form of the Percheron draft horse breed – refined and elegant, yet powerful and athletic.
Arabian x Percheron